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offline on thursday. the presidential library for bill clinton expected to relies about 5,000 pages from the clinton white house. they will be posted online. those are your headlines. i am del walters in new york. consid "consider this" is next. >>> u crakraine was strife. >>> risking everything for safety. a whistleblower on america's most toxic nuclear site speaks out to us. >>> the plight of jailed al jazeera journalists gets attention. >>> using penguins to gauge man's impact on climate change. hello, i am antonio morrow. welcome to "consider this" here is more on what's ahead. does. >>> expect other nations toll respect ukraine's sovereignty. >> i urge russia not to take any action that could escalate tension. >>> the idea that you can make a fix before babies are born and have a healthy baby is terrific. >> this will work for humans. >> what kinds of failures will we tolerate? >>> a day of action is under waifrmthsways around the world to draw attention to the plight of our colleagues. >>> to call attention to the continued imprisonment of journalists in egypt is action taking
to secretary of state hillary clinton and is the treasury for africa, the middle east and asia. he is now a professor in the practice of development at georgetown university. great to have you on the show. thanks for having us. this has to be a tough call for the obama administration. on the one hand, john kerry talking about human rights. on the other hand, there is good cooperation between the u.s. and uganda on aids, other health issues and counter terrorism efforts, specifically in somalia. uganda has 6,000 troops fighting al shabaab. so with can he just say, hey, we can't accept this law that you have passed against gay rights and pull aid or at least some of the aid we give uganda? >> we could pull some of it. we can't pull all of it. and part of the reason is for what you just said. we have multiple objectives here some of them short-term. some of them long-term, and the issues around gay rights are important. vice president biden has spoken out about this. secretary kerry has spoken out about this. we also have other objectives we have to keep in mind. so, i think that we can and
assistant to president clinton to russia, ukraine and u eu asia. he, strategy of campaigning, lessons from ronald reagan and boris ellio yeltsin. what is russia trying to do? good russia is testing the new government in kiev. i don't think russia wants to invade but it is dispatching troops in crimea, president yanukovych flew back to his home base in donetske. later on wound up in russia. russia is in a defensive posture in some respects but are pushing the kiev government just as it good in the jann government in 2008. >> you're from the russian ukraine. what do you think the russians are doing? >> i think it's important to remember the domestic political situation both in ukraine and crimea. ukraine is one of the weakest moments in history, the country is essentially bankrupt. the ex-president has dubious legitimatlegitimacy. there was a lot of reshuffling at the top of the command structure in the armed forces and just recently, yesterday, the new leader, the new prime minister of crimea was elected and that person is a representative or the leader of so-called russian unity block, whi
and nato under george w bush and served president clinton. he is now professor of the practice of international releases at the harvard kennedy school of government. from santa fay, we are joined by governor bill richardson and former governor of new mexico. it is good to have you on the show. ambassador, one of the more extraordinary claims from vladimir putin's news conference is that russian troops have not entered crimea, saying the men were local defense forces, and he also said that that so called exercise that involved more than 100,000 russian troops and ukraine's border is over, that there's no reason for force now. is this vladimir putin making an attempt at deescalating? >> i just think he's trying to cloud the picture here. there's no question that russian military from the base were involved in the de facto take over of crimea, and no question that russian special forces were flown in. president putin may want the world to believe one thing but the world sees another. it's very clear there needs to be a response now. that will not be military on the part of nato or
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